Nuttin' but Busou Shinki here

Posted by Vincent Z. 
Vincent Z. Wrote:
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> People on pixiv and deviantart (yes, even girls
> SHOCKING I KNOW) like my artwork.

The Internet is a great place for the bringing together of people with bizarre fetishes.

More serious than thou
One of my friends is doing art for a short in the Womanthology book. Let me tell you, they are not all superhero comics. I suspect very few if any of them are, but I can guarantee you hers is very far from that.

repairtechjon Wrote:
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> Not exactly just about female action heros, but
> about females making an artistic go of it in the
> superhero industry. Borrowed the link from
> Mr.Washington's FB page:
> [www.publishersweekly.com]
> ews/comics/article/48046-womanthology-project-blow
> s-up-on-kickstarter.html
>
>
> It was either gonna go here, or in the kickstarter
> thread. =0)
MSW
Vincent Z. Wrote:
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> Two upcoming bike themed Busou Shinki.
>
> [myfigurecollection.net]
> nki_estoril_1_1_mms_type_motorcycle_racer
>


Ditch the bunny ears and It's mine. :)
Another PSP anime clip.

When was the last time your figures buttered toast for you?

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>Ditch the bunny ears and It's mine. :)

Well, it's not like you HAVE to have it displayed with said ears. That's why they come with a regular head.

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Sanjeev Wrote:
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> Damn, I forget where this came up, but it has come
> up. Or maybe it was on skullbrain? Well, either
> way, I heard about this project...and I think it's
> great.

I messaged you about it the other week, actually, in relation to Kickstarter controversy. People in the online comics community were seriously confused at first by the fact that, while Womanthology is technically being published by IDW, it doesn't have IDW providing the financial backing one would normally expect from a publisher, but only their resources in terms of printing and (I assume) distribution.

> The thing that always bothers me is the "feminism"
> criticism. Feminism. Truly incredible, no? We live
> in SUCH a male-dominated that we need a whole
> separate, specialized word to refer to those who
> desire civil rights for a segment of the human
> population that actually outnumbers the rest.
> Fucked...

Have any of you guys been following the controversy out of SDCC regarding DC Comics' Dan DiDio's angry responses to fans who confronted him at panels over the lack of female creative staff at DC? I have a couple of relevant links and quotes (along with some ranting about what's wrong with his attitude and how he SHOULD be addressing the issue) in this Google+ post (You shouldn't need to log in to G+ to view it).

-Paul Segal

"Oh, the anger is never far, never far." -SteveH
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asterphage Wrote:
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> I messaged you about it the other week, actually,
> in relation to Kickstarter controversy.

Yes! My bad...

> Have any of you guys been following the
> controversy out of SDCC regarding DC Comics' Dan
> DiDio's angry responses to fans who confronted him
> at panels over the lack of female creative staff
> at DC?

No, but I just read your post. Sucks. DiDio's behavior is typical oppressor guilt, though. Responding with defensiveness? Gee, I've never seen that before.

The piece about Dan Harmon made me chuckle a bit, though. Clearly, he proves even privileged dumbasses can be taught obvious things. :P

But the part that made me roll my eyes was his dismissing race as an issue in the creative process. Of course race is an artificial (purely sociological--not genetic) construct...but racism destroys people's lives everyday no different from the oppression of women. Like, he just got done saying that these talented women he was forced to hire are funny in great and unique ways because they've had to struggle differently than male writers--not because they're genetically wired differently. [And *IF* they're wired differently, those differences are utterly eclipsed by the sociological issues at play.]

Now, how is this different for race? Yeah, we know people of different races aren't wired differently...but they struggle VERY FUCKING DIFFERENTLY, again, because of sociological issues. So how would hiring people of color somehow not promote a similar boost in creativity? [Keep in mind, I have no idea what "Community" is.] Eh well...can't win 'me all! ;)
Sanjeev Wrote:
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> The piece about Dan Harmon made me chuckle a bit,
> though. Clearly, he proves even privileged
> dumbasses can be taught obvious things. :P

Heh, well, I think it takes an enormous amount of effort to demonstrate to most white, male Americans that qualified nonwhite and/or nonmale persons in most fields will not simply present themselves, lay their talent out in front of you and demand to be hired or promoted. It's that ingrained American assumption that everything is a meritocracy, and that if more diverse candidates were available for positions then they would be right out there earning their place. It's a very easy belief to hold (and thus a hard belief to shake) in most industries, where any two candidates for a job can literally be equally qualified, and manifestations of bias can be perceived by the bias-holder as deficiencies in one subject's qualifications.

But it's strange that it would be such an issue in entertainment. One would think that most writers had absorbed the concept that a writers' own knowledge and experiences inform their writing - and therefore that a pack of writers with similar backgrounds would not be as capable of writing characters different from themselves or stories outside their experience. It seems like a type of hubris - the idea that, if I can write well, then I can write anything well.

In the end, a lot of entertainment writing is clearly conceived without attempting to reach an understanding of the charcter, as if all one has to do is regurgitate one's superficial concept of how women (or black people, etc) speak and act to write a woman (or black, etc) character. There's an point made in this response to the DiDio uproar that DC has recently published material so casually offensive that the writer should've realized was unprintable if they had one single black friend with whom they discussed their work. And it's startling - even if they have no black friends, one imagines that most comic book writers (or sitcom writers, or whatever) have at least a number of female acquaintances, and yet so much material is put out in which any supporting character who is sufficiently unlike the author behaves like nothing more than an assemblage of obvious traits culled from other characters of their "type".

> But the part that made me roll my eyes was his
> dismissing race as an issue in the creative
> process. Of course race is an artificial (purely
> sociological--not genetic) construct...but racism
> destroys people's lives everyday no different from
> the oppression of women. Like, he just got done
> saying that these talented women he was forced to
> hire are funny in great and unique ways because
> they've had to struggle differently than male
> writers--not because they're genetically wired
> differently.
>
> Now, how is this different for race? Yeah, we know
> people of different races aren't wired
> differently...but they struggle VERY FUCKING
> DIFFERENTLY, again, because of sociological
> issues. So how would hiring people of color
> somehow not promote a similar boost in creativity?

I think his sensitivity is probably dullened somewhat by by the perception that black voices in the comedy world do not have to struggle as much as blacks in other fields. It's almost a whole separate commercial ecosystem, though - at the low to middle levels, the majority of black comedy writers seem to be working on products with chiefly black casts, aimed at chiefly black audiences.

Whoa, getting way off topic here. I was tryina' start some shit about female superheroes.

And hey, at least Harmon has Donald Glover writing and acting on Community. That man is brilliant.

-Paul Segal

"Oh, the anger is never far, never far." -SteveH
Guys, less feminazi talk, more on Busou Shinki. Ok?

HLJ got back in stock a bunch of the older ones.

[www.hlj.com]

I should get that red bettle one since I have the blue one already.

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/29/2011 10:20AM by Vincent Z..
Sanjeev gurgled:

"Of course race is an artificial (purely sociological--not genetic) construct"

Said by a fella with a genetically superior method of dealing with UV rays... ;)
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Jealous, Rain? :P

asterphage Wrote:
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> ...It's that
> ingrained American assumption that everything is a
> meritocracy, and that if more diverse candidates
> were available for positions then they would be
> right out there earning their place...

Right. The liberal attitude in any oppressor role.

Happens all the time in engineering (for example): I've actually fought for the hiring of women in our group with mixed results. It's tough...

> But it's strange that it would be such an issue in
> entertainment. One would think that most writers
> had absorbed the concept that a writers' own
> knowledge and experiences inform their writing -
> and therefore that a pack of writers with similar
> backgrounds would not be as capable of writing
> characters different from themselves or stories
> outside their experience.

Sure...well, it is and it isn't. On one hand, there's no reason to assume that entertainment writers would somehow be less oppressive than other segments of the population, but like you said, if they're supposedly successful at what they do, you'd think they'd understand the advantages of diversity.

> > Now, how is this different for race?
>
> I think his sensitivity is probably dullened
> somewhat by by the perception that black voices in
> the comedy world do not have to struggle as much
> as blacks in other fields. It's almost a whole
> separate commercial ecosystem

Heh...sure. It's a funny irony: in order NOT to "wait" for racism to evaporate magically, black folks create their own art...for themselves, by themselves. And this is somehow perceived by some whites as "oh good, racism must be over...guess I don't have to waste time thinking about making the world a better place anymore!"

But bringing it back to sexism, I see the Womanthology project simply as their own FUBU. I guess men just haven't "gotten used to it" like whites have with all-black productions (and how long did THAT take?)...


Vincent Z. Wrote:
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> Guys, less feminazi talk, more on Busou Shinki.
> Ok?

I'd rather talk more about your artwork.
With open expressions of 'isms so taboo now, it's the not knowing if it's really happening to you right now that now shapes the daily struggle. It's far more functional and useful to assume not, but the doubt is the agent by which a large part of the subjective negative experience is delivered.
Oh, my. This is getting very heavy. I know nothing whatsoever about female superheroes, and even less about just general sexism. I have only very, very rarely felt that there was some kind of gap in treatment of me because of my gender, despite the very male-dominated fields I seem to spend my time in – I’m a computer science major, I collect robot toys with an orientation to combat, the shows I watch and toys I collect are almost exclusively aimed at males of various ages, and to boot I’m into 2D fighting games and tabletop wargames, besides games in general.

Maybe I just haven’t had a chance to feel stifled yet ‘cos I’m only a college gal?

Honestly, I almost feel like despite being one of the few women on here I might be among the worst to go talking about the whole ‘depictions-of-women’ thing because I’m not offended by women being portrayed in an overtly sexual manner. Hell, for that matter, I actually like it a lot of the time.

I think what bothers me the most is when women get portrayed as being unable to be anything *other* than fitting the various stereotypes, or if the implications of a depiction are that women who don't fit a given mold aren't worth anything. As LeMel42 brought up, though, that’s not often just ‘shoved in your face’ – and I think maybe I’m just too naïve/trusting/uninterested to go interpreting things like that unless they’re mind-numbingly obvious and offensive. And if you get into ratios on creative teams and who's writing what, I think I just get to feeling like I don't know enough to start putting forth opinions that have some good backup to them.

I dunno, give me a few years once I try to get into the workforce. Maybe I’ll come back all crusty.
= T w T =

Ah, and… Maybe I should just split this off into a new thread, but I kinda wanted to show off my Shinki some more too! I promised some pictures to show off the variability of the sets, but I never got around to it last weekend. I finally did it yesterday, so here’s a couple shots of Proxima, the fairly recent ‘Centaur’-type Shinki. If you guys like / it wouldn’t be board spam I can post some of my other ones, or an armor combination or two. I promise they’re cool! (potentially in addition to being more-than-vaguely-sexual sometimes, but I can try to avoid that part of the toyline if you like.)
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leMel42 Wrote:
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> With open expressions of 'isms so taboo now, it's
> the not knowing if it's really happening to you
> right now that now shapes the daily struggle. It's
> far more functional and useful to assume not, but
> the doubt is the agent by which a large part of
> the subjective negative experience is delivered.


So damn true...


Lili, hahaha....no need to feel guilty or apologetic just 'cause you haven't felt the sting of sexism! :P

MaidenLili Wrote:
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> I’m a computer science major...

> I dunno, give me a few years once I try to get
> into the workforce. Maybe I’ll come back all
> crusty.

One of my closer friends at my job is a Taiwanese woman (a software developer), and her day-to-day experiences are pretty tough here. It's a small company, and while that has a great many advantages, things like sexism, racism, classism, etc., get exacerbated because of the close-knit nature of the "community". In a lot of ways, it's a "good ol' boys club" here...and the women and the people of color tend to clump together socially...

Obviously, everyone's experiences are different, but it's something to cognizant of.


> Ah, and… Maybe I should just split this off into a
> new thread, but I kinda wanted to show off my
> Shinki some more too! I promised some pictures to
> show off the variability of the sets, but I never
> got around to it last weekend. I finally did it
> yesterday, so here’s a couple shots of Proxima,
> the fairly recent ‘Centaur’-type Shinki. If you
> guys like / it wouldn’t be board spam I can post
> some of my other ones, or an armor combination or
> two. I promise they’re cool! (potentially in
> addition to being more-than-vaguely-sexual
> sometimes, but I can try to avoid that part of the
> toyline if you like.)

No need to split off the thread, I think. And keep posting pics: it ain't spam if it's on-topic!

And I don't mean to speak for anyone else, but it's not that sexual stuff's annoying, in and of itself...it's the kiddie porn aspect to a lot of modern anime/manga stuff that's been plastered all over the place (moe). I mean, if you go to your average anime merch retail website these days, you get a screenful of garbage that'll likely get your ass fired (let alone skeeve you the fuck out)!
"And I don't mean to speak for anyone else, but it's not that sexual stuff's annoying, in and of itself...it's the kiddie porn aspect to a lot of modern anime/manga stuff that's been plastered all over the place (moe). I mean, if you go to your average anime merch retail website these days, you get a screenful of garbage that'll likely get your ass fired (let alone skeeve you the fuck out)!"

Whatever you say Mr. minister.

I don't like gansta rap, there for it shouldn't exist. Right?

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Vincent Z. Wrote:
> Guys, less feminazi talk

You know, Vincent, I try not to be too much of an asshole anymore, but go fuck yourself for saying "feminazi". Have you been listening to talk radio from 1996 or something??


Vincent Z. Wrote:
> People on pixiv and deviantart (yes, even girls
> SHOCKING I KNOW) like my artwork.

P.S. Girls liking your hentai art is like poor people voting Republican. They may think it's what they want, but it's not actually benefiting them.

(If girls like your robot art, that's actually cool though)


Vincent Z. Wrote:
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> I don't like gansta rap, there for it shouldn't
> exist. Right?

Oh, come on, don't straw man us. I love gangsta rap, but I can still admit that the genre has a serious problem with the use of sexism and homophobia to assert the artist's masculinity. It's a huge moral flaw, but one that may be fundamental to the art form, since the primary purpose of gangsta rap is asserting the dominance of the rapper (and providing a vicarious power fantasy for the listener).

Maybe I should start a rap thread, and you can jump in and shit all over it. Would that be fun for everyone? I'm serious, I would actually enjoy debating against your oppositions to rap music.

-Paul Segal

"Oh, the anger is never far, never far." -SteveH



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I want to talk about Busou Shinki but not with you, Vince.

so is your big insult, "Mr. Minister"

were you touched by an angel and now hate the clergy
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Vincent Z. Wrote:
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> Whatever you say Mr. minister.
>
> I don't like gansta rap, there for it shouldn't
> exist. Right?


Hahaha...it took you three post edits to come up...with this??? LOL

Keep winning over our hearts, Vinnie!
>(If girls like your robot art, that's actually cool though)

Nope, they actually like my moe/ecchi stuff.

>were you touched by an angel and now hate the clergy

I hate all organized religion. PERIOD

>Oh, come on, don't straw man us. I love gangsta rap but I can still admit that the genre has a serious problem with the use of sexism and homophobia to assert the artist's masculinity.

It's not even that. It just sounds like rancid shit.

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<<It's not even that. It just sounds like rancid shit.>>

I shudder at the thought of what you listen to.

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MaidenLili Wrote:
> I have only very, very
> rarely felt that there was some kind of gap in
> treatment of me because of my gender, despite the
> very male-dominated fields I seem to spend my time
> in – I’m a computer science major, I collect robot
> toys with an orientation to combat, the shows I
> watch and toys I collect are almost exclusively
> aimed at males of various ages, and to boot I’m
> into 2D fighting games and tabletop wargames,
> besides games in general.

I wonder if you may just have an easy time at shrugging off the kind of casual behavior that so many young men display, which other women consider oppressive or harassing? A lot of women in those type of male-centered fandoms seem to be subject to a lot of unwanted male attention, from the type of oblivious infatuation that comes from a relatively innocent place, to the truly creepy. I'd say this is a particularly acute problem in such fandoms as opposed to other , if only because the male/female ratio is so skewed, and so many of the guys are socially dysfunctional to begin with.

> I think what bothers me the most is when women get
> portrayed as being unable to be anything *other*
> than fitting the various stereotypes, or if the
> implications of a depiction are that women who
> don't fit a given mold aren't worth anything.

Some anime is getting pretty good at creating the opposite of this tendency - ironically, by trying to appeal to many different preferences held by male viewers. The creators know some of the fanboys like female characters who are timid shrinking-violet waifs, and others want assertive, face-punching, self-reliant types. So the studios have to create a wide array of female character types just to pander to the fanboys who spend money on their products. Of course, the unfortunate side of this is, as it's always been, the "harem-ification" of the story, where, because they're pandering, they have to portray every female character as a potential love interest for someone...

-Paul Segal

"Oh, the anger is never far, never far." -SteveH
You know, guys...

I found the 'feminazi' comment a little bit offensive too, but everybody else getting in a little ring and starting a flamewar with Vincent isn't going to bring this thread anywhere productive, IMHO.

I'd rather keep talking about toys, so may I perhaps bring this a bit back in that direction again?

Does anyone on here have any experience with the Amdriver line? They were also by Konami, and are almost literally a Busou Shinki precursor - they have similar stock bodies but with different heads, and the peg sizes for their armour are even the same. The Amdriver bodies were all male, as far as I know, and they are a bit shorter than Busou Shinki. That said, because of the compatible peg size I have co-opted some Amdriver equipment for my girls, like in the image attached. Sorry for my kinda poor photo skills.

In this case it’s the ‘Siren’ Shinki, Eukrante, borrowing the armour and ridiculously large sword belonging to the Amdriver Ivan Nyrguise. I know nothing whatsoever about Amdriver, but the equipment sets *are* pretty cool. The original figures it comes on aren’t so great, but thankfully there are Shinki/MMS for that. Sorry, Amdriver guys – you get to be pit crew now.

Alas, getting the Amdriver Bisar vehicles to fit is a *much* bigger challenge – I own only one Bisar, and the MMS body used by Busou Shinki is much too tall and lanky compared to the short, stocky Amdriver pilots to be fitting into it.

So my girls don't get any airplanes/MOSPEADA bikes/power loaders/whatever else there are Bisars that approximate. Yet.
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hillsy Wrote:
>
> I shudder at the thought of what you listen to.

Actually, if I remember right (though this is thinking back to when we were in college) Vincent likes a lot of 80s rock and pop.

-Paul Segal

"Oh, the anger is never far, never far." -SteveH
>You know, guys...

>I found the 'feminazi' comment a little bit offensive too, but everybody else ?>getting in a little ring and starting a flamewar with Vincent isn't going to bring >this thread anywhere productive, IMHO.

The feminazi comment wasn't at you. I wanted to make that clear.


>Actually, if I remember right (though this is thinking back to when we were in college) Vincent likes a lot of 80s rock and pop.

Yep, also OST/BGM music from anime/tokusatsu

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Teehee, thanks for the comments, asterphage. You got your post up just before I sent mine in.

It's true that I may have just 'gotten used to it', and I'll also confess that it may actually be that there's a side of me that *likes* attention - many of the girls I know, myself included, admit that there's a way in which feeling attractive and having people desire us is kinda nice. Not that I don't feel awkward about feeling that way, but I'd be lying if I didn't admit that it was in there. Ah, and, yeah - guys honking at me on the street or wolf whistling is clearly right out in the territory of creepy and undesirable.

> "harem-ification"

Well, that's just it, right? It's nice when there's a broad array of different female characters, but the problem is when they're all just tropes; kinda a smorgasbord for the lead male. In particular, rather than just a wide range of girls in a given work, I prefer to see characters who have some depth, even if they do in some ways play to a trope - regardless of the size of the cast. I feel like the important part is showing that these girls, and by extension women in general, have a 'person' behind them aside from the ways in which they appeal to a given fetish or display a recognized kind of appeal.
MaidenLili Wrote:
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> [toyboxdx.com]

OH MY FREAKING GOD, AMDRIVER AND BUSOU SHINKI ARE COMPATIBLE??

Forget all this social issue bullshit, my whole world just turned upside down! I have to get some Amdrivers!!

-Paul Segal

"Oh, the anger is never far, never far." -SteveH
Some BS combos which don't even involve the girls.

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Vincent Z. Wrote:
> (scorpion madeo out of shinki parts, optimus prime made out of shinki parts)

*head explodes*

-Paul Segal

"Oh, the anger is never far, never far." -SteveH
Oh, wow, nice finds, Vincent. I feel like I've seen the scorpion, which is still amazing (it's all Strarf / Strarf Bis parts, isn't it?) but the Optimus is new to me and entirely out of this world. Now I feel like busting all my parts out and trying to get a little more epic with my endeavours...
Some more combos.

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RainBot Wrote:
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> Sanjeev gurgled:
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> "Of course race is an artificial (purely
> sociological--not genetic) construct"
>
> Said by a fella with a genetically superior method
> of dealing with UV rays... ;)


Classic!! Sanjeev and I are like Ying and Yang, huh buddy?
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Vincent Z. Wrote:
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> >(If girls like your robot art, that's actually
> cool though)
>
> Nope, they actually like my moe/ecchi stuff.
>
Frankly, the last thing I would do if I were looking for sensible criticism of my art is to go to DeviantArt and listen to the fangirls there. They tend to share that one single brain cell with a certain kind of fanboi.

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> >Oh, come on, don't straw man us. I love gangsta
> rap but I can still admit that the genre has a
> serious problem with the use of sexism and
> homophobia to assert the artist's masculinity.
>
> It's not even that. It just sounds like rancid
> shit.

Oh, the irony, the irony of this statement, in the light of this discussion and your art, it's delicious! Maybe I should sig that, dude.

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If you're gonna get Amdriver figures, try to get the Neo Amdrivers and later Bisars, as they've got better quality control than the earlier ones (mostly weak joints and some STUPID short pegs on or parts design on some of the early Bisars).

I just wish they had made more female Amdrivers besides Sera (still a male body, but she's flat like hell anyway in the anime, so it doesn't really matter). Like bad girl Sha-Sha.

Best Bisars are the Neo Board Bisars Sword Dancer and Gun Singer (really hard to get), I think.

The weapon sets are also great.

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You know Vincent, not to seem like I am beating you up here also, but there is a very simple solution if you dislike this forum and the reaction you get when you post things that are not appreciated the way you wish them to be.
But I still like talking about toys, at least on the TF sector.

What I love about Busou Shinki is that BESIDES they're girl figures, the parts are modular. The best toylines are those that allow creativity. If only they weren't pricey, I'd get more.

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Looks like all the girls in this series needs to eat a sammich or two...sheesh..
>Looks like all the girls in this series needs to eat a sammich or two...sheesh..

Funny, since the artist I posted earlier (but removed) draws them all rounded puni plush style.

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Well, never saw the link you spoke of, sorry
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